I always enjoy watching Stars. There is a tension and even frustration on my part because not all of the characters have all of the important information, while the viewer does. And my utter hatred for Seiya... well that makes things interesting as well.
The humor is pretty much the same as it has been through the entire series. Usagi-sama is somewhat oblivious most of the time, and that can make for some pretty amusing scenes. (like that Blake/break scene...) And the tension that I won't shut up about even takes a few comic turns (people who hate each other + small spaces = fun for me). The villains are hilarious as well. (err... most of them...) I personally love the humor, but maybe it's something you have to be in the right mood for because I know not everyone does.
The presentation was good overall.....it had humor with the klutzy 14 year old Serena/Usage.There was lots of good laughs.....though it also had some sad points too.....like where Darien or Serena or one of the Sailors get hurt......there were some near death points too......Also there were some scenes where it was difficilt to understand what happened but it all adds up in the end of the scene.....it was great to watch.....I don't get to see it anymore but I still try to find ways to do so.....I always liked the theme song......lots of J-Pop in it......it had some romance in it......that even made it better......but overall I'd say that Sailor Moon was a great TV show to watch.....if it came on again I would deffinately watch it.....it showed be anime for the first time.....
Since I have seen the wave of "mahou shoujo" that came rushing down after the success of Sailor Moon, it is hard to say whether or not I can really judge the series smoothly or harshly in terms of originality. In my opinion, I do that that the series can become a little tiresome for the average viewer as fights carry themselves out in a predictable fashion throughout most of a season. But on the other hand, dramatic and key moments are carried out throughout these battles, and that can keep a viewer hanging in.
Meanwhile, with Usagi Tsukino and her friends each possessing a number of different personality quirks, the story becomes alive and can allow a person to connect very well with the story.
The series is well organized. Sometimes too well organized, leading to monotony. The Series is not the most original series out there. Same ol same ol beat the bad guys up story line. This is something Id reccomend for children ages 8 -12 as it has no real complex or gripping scenes. Each show is only about 25 minutes long so the entire series can be seen in about a week. Small humorous situations may leave you witha chuckle but nothing more. It might have young children in fits but the humor is almost entirely comprised of Usagi doing dumb things. You can watch this series probably only once as watching it a second time leaves you with no surprises or anything you might have missed,. Simple series back when anime was just getting cool in America. Its a fun oldie to watch.